When you’re planning to build your new home, you likely have a lot of questions about insulation, but where do you turn?
If you do a lot of work in your pole barn, you need that space to be comfortable no matter what weather Mother Nature is throwing at you.
While doing your research on insulation for your home, you are probably finding conflicting reports on the safety of foam insulation.
As an insulation contractor, we get asked tons of questions about the foam insulation installation process, cost, safety, and worst-case scenarios.
You’re looking to re-insulate your attic with spray foam because you’re tired of losing money, but there are just a few more things to consider.
While doing your research on insulating your attic you may have come across a term you’ve never heard of before – hot roof.
The goal of any homeowner is to make their home an even better place to live. The next item on your list is insulation, but there’s a question over off-gas. The word contractors use for off-gas is VOC or volatile organic compound. It's basically all of the little bits that are expelled during the process of spraying something. Off-gas is in your hairspray, your kid's body spray, and anything you brought home from the dry cleaners. But does spray foam insulation off-gas?
You were finally confident enough in your handyman skills to try spray foam installation yourself, but things didn’t go as well as you planned.
Spray foam insulation is great for making your home more comfortable and energy efficient, but the yellow-beige color is begging for a makeover.